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TV: Brno, 1st TV serial festival in central eastern Europe

'Serial Killer', showcasing Netflix's and HBO's releases

02 May, 16:01
(ANSA) - BRNO, MAY 2 - The first international festival focusing on TV and web series productions in Central and Eastern Europe starts in Brno: the 'Serial Killer' festival, scheduled from May 2 to 5, will showcase the best of contemporary European and international TV serial production, such as new Netflix's, HBO's and Czech Television's releases. The festival includes an international contest, with films from Poland, Croatia, Romania, Estonia and Russia, as well as a category which is dedicated to Czech cinema. The event also includes the presentation of current trends and the best examples of television production in Western Europe; this year's focus is on recent Danish serial production, with several events. The last three days will be dedicated to workshops focusing on the professional context: the 'Industry Days' of the Serial Killer Festival aims to be the first stage for authors, televisions and productions from east to west and from north to south, focusing on the future of television, with several case studies regarding recently released series. Some important artists from all over the world have already confirmed their participation in the festival, such as Nik Powell, founder of the Virgin Records music label, Ben Gibson, dean of the London Film School, Rod Stoneman, founder of Britain's Channel 4, Denmark's Mette Damgaard-Sorensen (Artistic Director of the New Danish Screen). And then, of course, some artists from the Czech Republic: Ana Geislerova, Petr Ctvrtnicek, Tomas Baldynsky, among others.(ANSA).

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